Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)
23 March 2004 - Iraq Special Weapons News
- OIF/OEF Casualty Update 23 Mar 2004 [PDF]
- OPERATION IRON PROMISE DAY FOUR CENTCOM Release 23 Mar 2004-- IRON PROMISE is a Task Force 1st Armored Division operation targeting former regime elements and other extremists who pose a threat to the Iraqi people and stand in the way of a new Iraq.
- KOREAN COALITION PARTNERS OPEN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CENTER CENTCOM Release 23 Mar 2004-- The 1100th Construction & Engineering Support Group, Republic of Korea, will host an opening ceremony of the new Information Technology Center for Dhi Qar University in An Nasiriyah Thursday, March 25.
- U.S.: Former White House Aide Says Bush Focused On Iraq, Not Al-Qaeda RFE/RL 23 Mar 2004 -- The administration of U.S. President George W. Bush is again disputing allegations made in a book by a former senior aide. Two months ago, Paul O'Neill, who had been fired as the U.S. Treasury secretary, wrote that long before the war on terrorism, Bush wanted to find a way to depose Saddam Hussein. Now Richard Clarke, who resigned a year ago as the White House's coordinator on counterterrorism, writes in a new book that Bush ignored evidence that the United States was vulnerable to an attack by Al-Qaeda in the months before 11 September 2001.
- U-N/Oil-for-Food Probe VOA 23 Mar 2004 -- U-N Secretary-General Kofi Annan will name an independent panel to investigate allegations of multi-billion dollar corruption in the Iraq Oil-For-Food program. The panel is expected to have broad authority to investigate allegations of wrongdoing by governments as well as individuals.
- Details on probe into Oil-for-Food programme expected this week - UN spokesman UN News Centre 22 Mar 2004 -- Secretary-General Kofi Annan is expected to communicate to the Security Council this week the details of a panel that would look into allegations of corruption within the United Nations Oil-for-Food humanitarian operation for Iraq, his spokesman said today.
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